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Recent news from around the region that relates to the Rogue River and neighboring watersheds that Rogue Riverkeeper works to protect.

Zebra mussels stopped at border
Voluntary inspection program finds Oregon's first case of the invasive species
California legislators cut $1.8 million suction dredge mining program; environmentalists say cut advances salmon restoration, improves water quality
No more dredging allowed in California portions of Illinois and Applegate River watersheds
Over and Out
Rebuilding impediments at Larson Creek should ease passageways for fish
Residents tested for pesticide
Activists tell the state Board of Forestry that Triangle Lake residents’ urine samples came back positive
Gold mining project in Ore. hits clean water snag
It may be difficult for gold miner to get clean water act permits to operate inside wilderness.
Ocean fish seasons set Wednesday more liberal
Chinook fishing expanded, Coho fishing opened to the north.
Opening Day conditions point to a strong start
Fishing season opens April 23rd and conditions are favorable.
Bills would protect Oregon river, caves, forest
Bills in congress would protect Chetco River, expand Oregon Caves National Monument and create wilderness on the coast.
Blue Ledge mine might get federal cleanup funds
EPA considering adding leaking Blue Ledge mine to superfund list, making it eligible for federal funding for cleanup.
Rogue Riverkeeper Acts to Protect Salmon Stronghold
Rogue Riverkeeper files suit under the Clean Water Act to challenge illegal gold mining.
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